The winners were selected by a panel of Indian-based Fortune 500 senior executives and internationally recognized knowledge management or intellectual capital experts.
The panel assessed the firms in the fray based on eight key knowledge performance dimensions. They were rated broadly on visible drivers of competitive advantage and intellectual capital growth.
The assessment was broken down to factors such as enterprise knowledge-driven culture, developing knowledge workers through management leadership, innovation, creating collaborative knowledge sharing environment, delivering value-based customer or stakeholder knowledge, and transforming enterprise knowledge into shareholder or stakeholder value.
Speaking on the company's achievement, Gunaseelan Narayanan, Sr Corporate VP, HCL Technologies said, "We are proud to be acknowledged as a winner of MAKE Awards. In the current competitive environment, creation, management and utilization of knowledge to build upon enterprise intellectual capital is a crucial differentiator and we are committed to creating transformational and innovative knowledge driven strategies going forward. "